Family Court of Australia

Part of the Attorney-General portfolio and a Federal authority

The Family Court of Australia, through its specialised judges and staff, helps Australians resolve their most complex family disputes. The Court was established under the Family Law Act 1975 and has original jurisdiction in all states and territories except Western Australia. The Court determines cases with complex law and facts including cases with jurisdictional issues, multiple parties and financial cases. The Court also determines cases with specialised areas (Hague, special medical procedures, serious cases of entrenched conflict, violence and abuse, international relocation), and; provides national coverage as the appellate court in family law matters.

5 requests
FOI Delegations - 2016
Response by Family Court of Australia to Ben Fairless on .
Information not held.
Dear Mr Fairless Please find attached below the internal review decision made in respect of your request for such, as referenced below.   Regards...
I've removed annotations on this request that relate to personal communication, and have stopped further comments being made on this request. Please do...
Documents and correspondence related to frauds of Ms McIntosh
Response by Family Court of Australia to Mr Valdez on .
Partially successful.
Dear Mr Valdez I refer to your request under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act), for documents specified in your email below as follo...
Dear Mr Valdez I refer to your request to the Court, made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and received on 20 July 2016, to which you recei...
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Response by Family Court of Australia to James Smith on .
Successful.
Dear Mr Smith I refer to your requests through the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) to the Family Court of Australia (below) and the Federa...

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